2. Don’t go more than 8 weeks between trims, no matter how long your hair is. If you can prevent your strands from getting split ends, you’ll help fight frizz naturally. Even if you’re trying to grow your hair out, regular trims will keep it healthy, which means it’ll grow faster than if it were damaged.
4. If you blow dry your hair, use a nozzle attachment on your dryer, which will direct the heat down your hair shaft, straightening and smoothing your locks. Using a large round brush with boar bristles while blow drying will help, too.
6. Try to skip a shampoo and conditioner every other day. Washing your hair too often will strip your strands of their natural oils. Hydration is key to keep frizz at bay.